Animal Crossing New Horizons Stalk Market: What's a Good Turnip Price?

Make sure you're getting the best price for your tornps.
Make sure you're getting the best price for your tornps. | Nintendo, Twitter user @MusiciansGuildo

Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Stalk Market ebbs and flows like the players obsession with the game during quarantine season. For some, this is one of the few ways to stave off the dreaded Quarantine 15. For others, however, it's just another aspect of life to stress-snack over.

What constitutes a good price changes from player town to player town and wholly depends on what Daisy Mae is selling her stalks for at wholesale as well as the price the Nooklings will ask for them. Players wanting to maximize their profits will have to learn how to track the market for their own gain.

Animal Crossing New Horizons Stalk Market: What's a Good Turnip Price?

For those looking to buy turnips, the best price would be around 90 bells. White turnips can only range from 90-110 bells each week which seems to equalize the market between players somewhat. Due to the fact Daisy Mae only comes to town once every Sunday, players are encouraged to be flexible with their standards. A difference of only 30 bells isn't nearly as impactful as what the market could give you the next day.

The stalk market, itself has a much wider range of pricing for players. Stalk market rates change twice per day during the morning and afternoon and that rate can be anywhere from 30 bells to 600 bells per stalk. Obviously, the best price per turnip here would be as high as the market can go. Most seem satisfied around the upper-300 to 400 mark.

Assuming the player has bought turnips at 100 bells per stalk, a rate of 400 bells per stalk means they make four times the profit. That, dear villagers, is the absolute meaning of a good price.